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Boy in regalia

Boy in regalia
Date: 1995
A Kickapoo boy dances in his regalia, which is based on traditions from the elders and also adds a contemporary take in the beaded Mickey Mouse patch on his sleeve. He learned beading from his grandmother, who had learned from her mother. His grandmother served as head woman dancer in pow wows.


Haskell celebration

Haskell celebration
Date: October 27-30, 1926
A medallion shaped program/advertisement for a Haskell Institute celebration, including the dedications of the football stadium, in Lawrence, Kansas, October 27-30, 1926.


Homecoming program at Haskell Institute

Homecoming program at Haskell Institute
Date: Between October 27, 1926 and October 30, 1926
Program for "Homecoming" : All Indian Trails Lead to Lawrence, Kansas.


Pottawatomi Indian Dancer at Mayetta, Kansas

Pottawatomi Indian Dancer at Mayetta, Kansas
Date: 1961
This photograph, taken in 1961, depicts a Prairie Band Pottawatomi man at an Indian dance in Mayetta, Kansas. The man holds up a banner, which describes how he won an award from Haskell University as the "Outstanding Indian Dancer."


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